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cuentas de collar del tesoro de Évora, muy similares a los eslabones de la orfebrería albercana o salmantina. Considerado tartessio orientalizante y fechado hacia el siglo VI a.C., el tesoro fue estudiado primeramente por Juan de Mata Carriazo. Profesor que junto con los que hallaron a mediados del siglo XX esas piezas en el cortijo de Évora -cercano a la desembocadura del Guadalquivir-

cuentas de collar del tesoro de Évora, muy similares a los eslabones de la orfebrería albercana o salmantina. Considerado tartessio orientalizante y fechado hacia el siglo VI a.C., el tesoro fue estudiado primeramente por Juan de Mata Carriazo. Profesor que junto con los que hallaron a mediados del siglo XX esas piezas en el cortijo de Évora -cercano a la desembocadura del Guadalquivir-

ROMAN GOLD RING III-IV c. A.D

Roman: - century BC: Ring with round blue-glass cabochon with engraved image of a standing animal, possibly a horse. Thick layer of rainbow iridescence on the /glass.

golden and lapislazuli necklace

Gold Necklace -- Depicting King & Flanking Lions of Lapis Lazuli -- Centuries CE -- Sassanian Period -- Belonging to the collection of the Reza Abbasi Museum -- Tehran, Iran -- Photo Credit: © A.

A ROMAN GOLD MARRIAGE RING   CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D.   The broad flat hoop faceted, the rectangular bezel with two clasped hands (dextrarum iunctio) in repoussé above a Greek inscription reading, OMONOIA, "harmony," framed by a beaded ring with clusters of granulation along the outer edges  7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) wide; ring size 5½

An ancient Roman golden marriage ring; the rectangular bezel depicts two clasped hands (dextrarum iunctio) in repoussé above a Greek inscription reading, OMONOIA, 'harmony'.

A ROMAN GOLD PENDANT -  CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D.

Roman gold pendant circa century A. Likely an earring element, formed of a heavy sheet cone, the sides embellished with filigree and granulation

Ear-stud decorated with a rosette surrounded by concentric bands. Gold with vitreous glass paste insets, 530–480 BC. British Museum.

Ear-stud decorated with a rosette surrounded by concentric bands. Gold with vitreous glass paste insets, Etruscan artwork, 530480 BC.

Gold Earring from Persia 11th- 12th century  H. 1-15/16 (3.4 cm)- Gold wire and sheets with filigree  the metropolitan Museum of Art

Earring Object Name: Earring Date: century Geography: Iran, probably Gurgan Medium: Gold wire and sheets with filigree Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952

Sarmatian Gold (The unique set of the golden jewelry that was found in the kurgan tomb № 10 of the Kobiakov sepulture (AD 1-2) knows no equals. The precious torc that was found in the kurgan indicates that this tomb and jewelry in it belonged to the young Sarmatian queen. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.ru/2013/06/treasures-of-sarmatians-jewelry.html#sthash.uMg5KNFO.dpuf)

The unique set of the golden jewelry that was found in the kurgan tomb № 10 of the Kobiakov sepulture (AD knows no equals. The precious torc that was found in the kurgan indicates that this tomb and jewelry in it belonged to the young Sarmatian queen.

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